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Regis College Weston, MA (French, Italian)
Boston College (Master's)
I have taught French and Spanish in an Inner City High School, from which I retired in 2009
with 47 years experience. I am currently teaching a French 1 and French 2 class at North Shore Community College in Danvers. These were non-credit classes for only 8 weeks with
mainly adults. I taught grades 9 through 12 in high school. Prior to that I taught in the
Middle School. At the end of January I will begin French 1 and French 2 at North Shore for
another 8 weeks, 2 hours per session.
I attended a French School as a child, studied French throughout high school, majored in French at Regis College in Weston, received a Master's Degree from Boston College and studied one summer in Paris. I love teaching French. I guess it is still my passion.
I am highly qualified and I am still certified by the state of Massachusetts.
I have worked with middle school students as well as high school students and now
adults. I am looking forward to helping anyone in need of French tutoring. I have taught French and Spanish in an Inner City High School, from which I retired in 2009
with 47 years experience. I am currently teaching a French 1 and French 2 class at North Shore Community College in Danvers. These were
I wish to have a new rate for future students. My profile has been hidden at my request for sometime now. I would like to re-open it. New charge--$50.00
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